|Deleuze & Guattari|
|Twittering Machine, Paul Klee|
Again referring to Klee, Ingold quotes him when he says the shapes of genesis and growth of forms are more important than the forms themselves. And yet again: “art doesn’t reproduce the visible, but turn things visible”. Here it is possible to note the resonances with the philosophy of Bergson, when he says on his text “The perception of change”; the function of the artist is to make us see what was until then invisible to us. Ingold says in an interview he read so much Bergson in his youth that now he doesn’t know if he had a new idea or if he is simply thinking like Bergson! In a sense similar to Klee, Kandinsky’s paintings and writings are also important to Ingold.